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Power of Attorney: What Does That Mean in Florida?

Independence is a word commonly heard from seniors when discussing plans with their families. They want their independence. They have earned their independence. And we aren’t here to disagree. When it comes to the matters of aging, there is no guarantee that aging will happen in a way that always allows for independent decision-making. Since…
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What are Mobile Medical Services?

Did you know that women in the United States make approximately 80% of the health care decisions for their families? And many of them are managing the care of aging parents while raising children of their own and working full-time jobs. Some days, they just need to catch a break! Mobile medical services can help.…
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What is a Guardian?

Guardianship is a legal process that delegates the rights of a person who has been determined incapacitated to someone else who will act on their behalf. It is court-ordered protection for someone unable to make decisions, unable to communicate decisions, or unable to act in their own best interest. Professional guardianship services are for vulnerable…
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What is a Case Manager?

Many case managers describe themselves as being a stand-in adult child to their clients. For those seniors who have children who live far away or don’t have any available family members, a case manager is an ideal helper in the aging process. Case managers are professionals who act as a guide and advocate for their…
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